Harvest Moon Therapies and Training

Face up to stress

In Essence Vol. 13 No. 1

Modern life can be stressful, and that stress can be reflected in the face. In this article, I suggest how that it can be soothed away without recourse to chemicals or surgery.

In an age when Botox, high-frequency facials, and having fat from your derrière injected into your face are commonplace it’s good to know that there are completely holistic approaches to keeping your face (and those of your clients) vibrant.

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Cacao and Maca Energy Balls

cacao maca ballsThese are great for breakfast to kick start your day.

They are delicious!


  • One third of a cup of organic cacao powder
  • 1 and and half cups of organic dried dates
  • 2 tablespoons of organic chia seeds
  • 2 tablespoons of organic cacao nibs
  • 2 tablespoons of organic maca powder

Variation: Add 1 tsp vanilla extract (pure) and a touch of coconut blossom sugar if you like!

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Vital Cries of the Body for Water

As a model, many years ago, I was advised to drink water for the skin but I paid no heed; youth is wasted on the young!

As a practitioner, it is important to keep yourself hydrated. It is also important to encourage your clients to become hydrated.

This following article my help you to find ways to introduce water into to your daily life without it feeling like a chore!

I wrote this article for the Association of Reflexologists trade magazine to introduce and the importance of hydration!

Therapists, how to introduce hydration to you and your clients!>

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